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This paper shows how two image sequences that have no spatial overlap between their fields of view can be aligned both in time and in space. Such alignment is possible when the two cameras are attached closely together and are moved jointly in space. The common motion induces "similar" changes over time within the two sequences. This correlated temporal behavior, is used to recover the spatial and temporal transformations between the two sequences. The requirement of "coherent appearance" indoi:10.1109/iccv.2001.937607 dblp:conf/iccv/CaspiI01 fatcat:ziwk6et4qfaszfb2u2bj56qz24